It's proved to be a great year for new jazz releases, one of the best in a long, long, time. Time to round up a list of 20 essential jazz albums from 2015.
After big UK hits with ‘Where Did Our Love Go’ and ‘Baby Love,’ now it was time for some album action.
With demos and live recordings, deluxe editions of Hello!, Quo and Rockin’ All Over The World go deeper into three Status Quo classics.
To coincide with today's (4 December) release of the Roy Orbison box set The MGM Years, we present the third in our four-part series with his son Alex.
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Octopus, the fourth album by Gentle Giant, marked a turning point in the group’s career, ushering them into prog's pantheon.
From Cream to Sparks, Underworld, Roy Orbison, Simple Minds, The Velvet Underground, Marvin Gaye and Grace Jones: a run down of the best box sets of 2015.
We’ve recreated the original Motortown Revue In Paris concert setlist, using a mix of classic studio versions and performances from the 1965 live album.
reDiscover Safe As Milk, Captain Beefheart's blues-indebted debut, stuffed with flights of fancy and a disregard for conventional songwriting.
Just why are train songs so important in the music of the Southern States?
The second in our exclusive, four-part interview series with Alex Orbison, son of Roy Orbison, who's been key to the creation of the box set The MGM Years.
Tony Hadley returns with The Christmas Album, a unique take on seasonal classics, giving them a contemporary sheen
Andy Warhol's Factory house band, The Velvet Underground, recorded a number of legendary shows at The Matrix, in San Francisco, during 1969.
In late November 1949, Hank hit the chart with 'My Bucket's Got A Hole In It,' a song from well before World War II.
Arguably Rainbow's most polished, accessible and consummate record, Difficult To Cure climbed into the UK Top 10 in 1981.